ToxiRAE Pro CO2

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The ToxiRAE Pro CO2 is the world’s first wireless personal carbon dioxide gas monitor. The ToxiRAE Pro CO2 takes worker protection to the next level by providing safety professionals wireless access to real‐time instrument readings and alarm status (including man down alarm) from any location for better visibility and faster response. The ToxiRAE Pro CO2 promptly detects and accurately monitors Carbon Dioxide in concentrations from 0 to 50,000ppm.

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We are the UK leader in Gas Detection and we’re here to help. Call us on 01200 445 804 or email info@ribble-enviro.co.uk

Key Features:

  • Wireless access to real‐time instrument readings and alarm status from any location (including Man Down Alarm)
  • Unmistakable five‐way local and remote wireless notification of alarm conditions
  • Largest display in its class
  • Reliable, rugged
  • Policy enforcement features (option)
  • Continuous datalogging
  • Easy to use
  • User‐replaceable sensor, filter, and Lithium–Ion
    battery
  • Fully automated bump testing and calibration with AutoRAE 2

 

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